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The White Pedal 100% Recycled Material Guitar Effect from SoaringTortoise Electronics
SoaringTortoiseElectronics The White Pedal. Made from 100% recycled materials includingcircuit components and circuit board. You can view a video demo of The White Pedalbelow.Imagine my surprisewhen this came up from the factory. I asked Sparky, the factory foremonkey, Isthis thing supposed to be finished? There arent even any graphics on thispedal. Sparky said that, yes, it was done. Well, he didnt say that it wasdone, because monkeys cant talk, but he did indicate with various monkeygestures that it was indeed finished. I have to say I was pretty miffed. I dontlike to pay perfectly good over-ripe bananas for unfinished product, so I firedthe whole monkey crew, including the cleanup Gibbon.Afterplaying The White Pedal for a while though, I kind of realized I liked it. Ithas a pretty intuitive control set with off-white knobs for the overall amountof whiteness, the intensity of the whiteness, and tone. It has a true bypass switchand a not white red LED indicator which lights when the effect is engaged. TheWhite Pedal can be powered by a single 9 volt battery or a 9 volt DC adapterwith a mini-tip/ring phone plug like those found on older Electro-Harmonixproducts. One Spot power adapters come with an adaptor plug which can be usedwith this unit. White.I fell inlove with Loretta, and with the sound of this pedal, and. I realized I cantbuild these things.... so I hired the whole monkey crew back for twice thebananas and separate cageser I mean dressing rooms, including the cleanupGibbon.This pedalis another in our SoaringTortoise Electronics Hermit Crab Case series ofeffects pedals. This is where we build a sweet sounding recycled materialcircuit and throw it onto a sandy beach strewn with empty, discarded pedalenclosures. The circuit eventually crawls into an enclosure it likes and, WahLa (Ed. Note. I think he means Viola), a guitar effect. This OCD/UltraDrive-style clone crawled into an old First Act department store distortion pedalenclosure.